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TAYYIP ERDOGAN’S AFRICAN ROMANCE

TAYYIP ERDOGAN’S AFRICAN ROMANCE

upa-admin Şubat 1, 2017 0

In recent years, there have been closer links between President Erdogan’s Turkey and Africa. We saw more of these ties in 2016 with his tour to four West African states (Guinea, Nigeria, Ivory Coast

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NIGERIA’S NEW GOVERNMENT: SLOW BUT EFFICIENT

NIGERIA’S NEW GOVERNMENT: SLOW BUT EFFICIENT

upa-admin Eylül 5, 2015 0

Today (5th of September 2015) makes it 100 days in office for the the new government in Nigeria; President Muhammadu Buhari (GCFR), the man whom a lot has been said and speculated about even

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THE PLAGUE OF AFRICAN DEMOCRACY AND MONARCHY IN DISGUISE

THE PLAGUE OF AFRICAN DEMOCRACY AND MONARCHY IN DISGUISE

upa-admin Mayıs 4, 2015 0

For decades now, countries in Africa have been going through a so called democratic process, but are they actually democratic? Many countries in Africa run a kind of monarchy in disguise or a family

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#NIGERIA MAKES HISTORY 2015

#NIGERIA MAKES HISTORY 2015

upa-admin Nisan 2, 2015 0

The long awaited Nigerian presidential elections has come and gone, and Nigeria has made history, since after 1999 there has never been a peaceful transition of power in Nigeria, never has an opposition  unseated

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DANIEL OPARA

DANIEL OPARA

upa-admin Mart 18, 2015 0

Daniel Chisomaga Opara is a senior student at the Girne American University in Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and currently taking up a bachelor’s degree in International Relations. He is a Nigerian by nationality. Fluent in

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BOKO HARAM’S ALLEGIANCE TO ISIS

BOKO HARAM’S ALLEGIANCE TO ISIS

upa-admin Mart 17, 2015 0

On Saturday the 7th of March 2015, Boko Haram pledges allegiance to the Islamic State and about a week later  IS responds by confirming Boko Haram’s allegiance. In an ironic way, this look like

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#NIGERIA DECIDES #MARCH 28

#NIGERIA DECIDES #MARCH 28

upa-admin Mart 16, 2015 0

2 weeks left to the Nigerian 2015 presidential elections. Many speculations are in the air on who will win, but we have one problem: most Nigerians are good at playing sentimental politics, voting for

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